Category: Diamond Rings
An engagement ring is the one piece of jewellery, over all others, where a little extra spent can be justified. If your “one and only” loves diamonds, precious gemstones and all the finer things in life, then win her heart over with a truly luxurious engagement ring.
Pippa Middleton, who famously upstaged her sister at the Royal wedding, has recently had her turn to walk down the aisle at her wedding to longtime partner, James Matthews.
Engagement rings come in all styles, from the traditional diamond solitaires, halos and three stone rings to unique designs featuring exquisite detailing and bold colours. Some styles grow from strength to strength, year after year, whilst other styles are a fresh take on the traditional engagement ring.
There are some who say that Princess cut diamond engagement rings make the most romantic choice and well, who can argue with a title like that? Agree or disagree, it is hard to deny that a princess diamond makes a striking choice for an engagement ring.
In the age of technology and social media, it is becoming the “norm” to announce your engagement to the world online. We usually keep the intimate phone calls for those that are closest to us, family and close friends, but to let our wider social community know of the wonderful news
Planning a surprise engagement can involve lots of detective work, sneaking around and creatively coming up with a wide range of reasons why you are late from work or busy at lunch. The work of keeping your big surprise under wraps does not finish once you have sealed the deal and picked the ring.
At Larsen Jewellery we are fortunate to spend our days working with couples helping to bring their dream rings to life. Every year we see new trends come and go and then there are the classics, the ones that are here to stay.
Fine jewellery is a luxury many of us invest in over our lifetime. Most often it’s an engagement and wedding ring but there is something so special about owning a dress ring.
As the winter months subside in Australia and we start to peel ourselves away from the couch, we fondly remember the nights spent getting wrapped up in the quest for love on the Bachelor and Bachelorette.
The Art deco era of design, prevalent during the 1920s and the 1930s, has proven to be a continued source of inspiration in all areas of design. Jewellery is no exception either, in fact, the period of Art Deco is one of the most popular references when recreating a vintage inspired piece.